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I'm looking for a system to track bugs that has an API that I can query to show information in the admin panel I'm developing.

I've used Kayako in the past with a Web hosting company that seemed to do exactly as I'd like to now, the only problem is we're a site that hasn't even launched yet with no revenue so we definitely need a free solution.

Any system that easily supports some kind of SSO (single sign-on) or easily allows me log in my users from the custom site to the ticket system is also acceptable. I'm trying to avoid having a bunch of accounts and it would be great to integrate serious internal errors into the bug tracker.

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Bugify is a bug tracking app with an API. Documentation about the API can be found at https://bugify.com/api It is written in PHP and is designed to be installed on your own server.

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Thanks, this is exactly what I needed. –  DavidScherer Oct 17 '12 at 12:13
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You might want to look at:

getsatisfaction is quite end-user oriented, while JIRA is more of a developer's bug tracker.

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Have a look at Gemini. The guys at Countersoft have gone all out with the latest version and I can highly recommend it. It's free for up to 3 users and has a comprehensive REST api you can interface with. It's also highly flexible and configurable so you can structure your projects easily to include only the stuff that's relevant to your project(s).

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While not really what I was looking for, this is still definitely worth a look, I've been looking for a decent Agile tool. –  DavidScherer Oct 17 '12 at 12:14
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